The AMazing Journey To Africa

By Michael Andriyanov

Nile River

The Nile River is 4,160 miles long. It's the longest river in the entire world! The water in the river supports all African agriculture. 20% of Sudan's crops come from the Nile River. Around 40 million people live in the Nile Delta region. The Nile Valley is home to the greatest pyramids ever built and also with the amazing Sphinx and the terrifying temples which you have to see.

Lake Victoria

Lake Victoria is the largest lake in Africa and the chief reservoir of the Nile River. It's between Tanzania and Uganda. Lots of people live near the lake. Lake Victoria is a great location to fish since the lake has a high level of fish. The shore is 50 miles long. Lake Victoria is a great spot to relax after a busy day of exploration. You can also canoe there.


The temperature is semi-arid. It's between the Sahara and Savannas. It forms a belt that separates the arid Sahara and the tropical West Africa. It has a natural pasture. The grass and trees there are really short and low. The 8 months of the year and dry and it gets 1-8 inches of rain a year.

Ethiopian Highlands

It is located on the Western section of the Ethiopian Plateau. The origins of it's making is probably from volcanoes. There are cut-deep valleys. The Nile River runs through the source Lake Tana.

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